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DEDICATION 



MRS. MARY WILSON 
COLLEGE NURSE 




It is with a genuine feeling of pride that we dedicate to you 
this, the 1953 PINE KNOT. We will always remember the 
friendly warmth of your greeting, the untiring devotion you 
have shown these past fifteen years, your ability to raisMH 
out of a state of depression. With this pride we also feel a 
sincere humility in offering this small token in return for 
your years of service to Atlantic Christian. With this com- 
bination of pride and humility we, the student body, dedicate 
the 1953 PINE KNOT to you, "MA" Wilson. 




No one who has ever been affiliated with Atlantic Christian College, 
whether it be in the capacity of administrator, instructor, or student, has 
ever left without the feeling that he is a member of the A.C. family 
group. There is on our campus a certain intimacy, of which we are all 
proud, which encompasses us all in its scope. The faculty-student rela- 
tionship is one of individual friendship, a rare thing indeed on a college 
campus. 

We have tried to capture this attitude throughout the book by 
means of informal pictures and layout designs. With this in mind we 
present the 1953 PINE KNOT. 



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Dr. J. J. Harper 



progress in the past 50 years hastwee 





Why do historians' minds turn to dates? 

Is it really history to say that Kinsey Seminary 
was built in 1898 . . . that it was taken over by the 
Disciples of Christ as Atlantic Christian College in 
1902 . . . that nine years later Caldwell Hall was 
built as a dormitory for men . . . that during the five 
years from 1934 to 1939 the gymnasium, dining hall, 
heating plant, and chapel were completed . . . that 



a $400,000 women's dormitory and a $200,000 li- 
brary were completed in time for the beginning of 
the fiftieth term of classes in September 1951? 

Or does history rightly trace changes in the 
personality of students and teachers — the sober, 
studious generation; the war-conscious generation; 
the generation of the Jazz Age; the hard-working, 
almost starving generation? 



no 




years 



In order to get historical perspective we need 
not say in what order these generations came. Per- 
haps it is enough for us to be conscious that history 
plays no favorites. Just as not one in 1902 may have 
foreseen Harper Hall or Hardy Library, so may those 
first students have found little on which to base an 
opinion of the classes of '53 and '54. 

Have any moralists asked you, "Are you justify- 



ing the faith of your predecessors who struggled to 
get a broad education in a tiny college" 3 Does this 
make you stop and moralize, "What faith ever en- 
tered my mind about the ACC students fifty years 
from now" ;) 

Or is history going to be its own natural self — 
a steady record of our own studying in order to sur- 
vive and "may the best students win!"? 



BOARD of TRUSTEES 



Term Expiring 1953 

Charles F. Rouse Raleigh, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck Washington, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, N. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, N. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

Lawrence Moye Maury, N. C. 

J . C. Warren Newton Grove, N. C. 

A. D. Shackleford Wilson, N. C. 

Eli Perry \ Kinston, N. C. 

Rev. J . W. Sosebee Columbia, S. C. 

Term Expiring 1954 

W. R. Roberson, Jr Washington, N. C. 

Zeb Brinson Tarboro, N. C. 

A. W. Ange Winterville, N. C. 

Elbert Peele Williamston, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayboro, N. C. 

T. Bodie Ward Wilson, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Rev. W. L. Parker Raleigh, N. C. 

C. 0. McAfee, Jr Indianapolis, Ind. 

Term Expiring 1955 

T. J. Hackney Wilson, N. C. 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

S. L. Roberson Robersonville, N. C. 

Dr. C. S. Eagles Saratoga, N. C. 

Dr. H. Gait Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard Kinston, N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

J. E. Paschall Wilson, N. C. 

John Proctor Greenville, N. C. 

Rev. Robert Jarman Greensboro, N. C. 

Alumni Trustees 

Burney R. McCotter Raleigh, N. C. 

Dr. Millard Burt Raleigh, N. C. 

John K. Wooten Kinston, N. C. 



The President 

of ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 





a letter from 
a TEXAN 



The sharp tenor of the winged bird, the soprano chirp of the cricket, the soft alto 
rustle of the trees, and the booming bass of the croaking frog all blend to create a vast 
symphony of nature. 

In like manner, there is a symphony of the campus. Eager minds capacitated with 
an apprehension of truth, warm hearts inherently aware of beauty, striving souls after 
goodness, and strong bodies dedicated to the quest of a cause worth living for har- 
monize to create a symphony of life. This is the world's really great unfinished sym- 
phony, for the truly educated person is one who is insatiable in his hunger for the 
good, the beautiful, and the true. 




ADMINIS 









Dr. Laurence C. Smith 
Registrar 



Dr. Perry Case 
Retiring Dean — Registrar 




Dr. James M. Moudy 
Academic Dean 





Milton L. Adams 
Business Manager — Athletic Director 




James E. Fulghum 
Director of Public Relations 



Office Staff 

William Owens Secretary to President 

Mrs. Bethany R. Joyner Assistant Registrar 

Mildred D. Ross Bookkeeper 

Kathryn Lamm Office Secretary 



I TEACH 



I write no poem men's. hearts to thrill, 
No song I sing to lift men's souls; 
To battle front no soldiers lead, 
In halls of state I boast no skill ; 
I just teach school. 

I just teach school. But poet's thrill 
And singer's joy, and soldier's fire, 
And statesmen's power — all — all are mine; 
For in this little group where still 
I just teach school 

Are poets, soldiers, statesmen — all: 
I see them in the speaking eye, 
In face aglow with purpose strong, 
In straightened bodies, tense and tall, 
When I teach school. 

And they, uplifted, gaze intent 

On cherished heights they soon shall reach. 

And I inspired — therefore content, 

I still teach school. 



FACULTY 




Russell Arnold, A.B., M.A.C.A. 
Assistant Professor of Art 

Mrs. Arnold and Debbie Ann 




Mrs. W. B. Boles, A.B. 
Instructor in Business 

Mr. Boles and Bill. |r. 



Lynn Brown, B.M., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Music 







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N. C. Carr, A.B., MA 
Professor of Science 
iad of Science and Mathematics Department 

Mrs. Carr 



JohnW. Dunn, B.S., MA 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 





Dr. Perry Case, A.B., B.D., M.A. 

Professor of Education 

Head of Education and Fine Arts Department 

Mrs. Case 



Irs. Dorothy Eagles, A.B. 

Instructor in English 





Dr. T. J. Eskridge, A.B.. MA. Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 
Assistant Dean of Men 




Ola Fleming 
Librarian 



John M. Flowers, Jr., A.B., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




. H. Hamlin, A.B., MA, Ph.D. 

Professor of Social Sciences 
Head of Social Studies Department 



Irs. Dons C. Holsworth, A.B., M.A. 
sociate Professor of English and Dramatics 




lildred E. Hartsock, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Head of English Department 




L. ). Howard, A.B , B.M. 
Assistant Professor of Music and Band Director 

Mrs. Howard 





Esther L. Long, A.B., MA, Ph.D. 
Professor of Modern Languages 
Head of Language Department 




Jack McComas, B.S. 
Head Coach and Director of Physical Education 

Mrs. McComas and Jimmy 






James M. Moudy, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Academic Dean and Head of Department of Religion 

Mrs. Moudy, Linda, and Rosemary 





L. L. Murray, A.B., MA 

Associate Professor of Education 

Dean of Men 




Rebecca Tomlinson, B.S., M.A. 

Instructor in Physical Education 

Assistant Dean of Women 



Laurence Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy and Religion 

Mrs. Smith, Allan, and Gary Neil 




Sarah Bain Ward, A.B. 
Dean of Women 



M.A. 





Building and Grounds 
Superintendent 



Mrs. Albert R. 

Hoffman 

Dietitian 



STUDENTS 





Bob Guy, Treasurer; Bill Hooper, President; Betsy Miller, Sec- 
retary; Ed Lane, Vice-President. 



SENIOR CLASS MARSHALS 




Nellie Rae Pridgen; Geraldine Corbett, Chief; David Finch. 





Wilbur Ballenger 




Columbia, 5. C. 


Christian Service Club 1,2; Male Chorus 1, 3, 4; 
Mixed Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Staff 2; Bulldog 
Booster Club 2; Chapel Committee 2; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Chaplain 3; Hesperian 
Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Stage 
and Script 2, 3, 4; SCA 3, 4; Chairman Religious 
Emphasis Week 4; Chairman of Recreation 4. 




Religion 




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T. J. Barrett; Jr. 
Skippers, Va. 



Transfer Louisburg College 2; Phi Delta 

Gamma 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 2; House President 

4, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Stage and Script 3; Future Teachers of 

America 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 



Elementary Education and Religion 



Jeurelene Bartholomew 

Henderson 

Glee Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Science 
Club 2, 3 ; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4 ; Treasurer 2 ; Women's Dormitory 
Council 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; House President 4. 
Elementary Education 



Frederick Von Bobbitt 
Zebulon 








James T. Boone 
Black Creek 

Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4; Chaplain 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Future Teachers 
of America 4. 

Science 



Ben G. Boyette 

Princeton 



William Glenn Brigman, Jr. 
Columbia, S. C. 

Christian Service Club 1,2; SCA 1 , 2, 3, 4; Men's Dormitory Council 
2; Secretary 2; Hesperian Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; President 3; 
Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Stage and Script 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; 
President 4; May Court 4. 

Religion 



Marie Britt 
Clinton 

Majorette 1 , Chorus 1 ; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2, 3; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3; 
SLA 2, 3, 4, Women's Dormitory Council 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Collegiate Staff 
4; May Court 4. 

Elementary Education 



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William B. Brown 
McDonald 


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Mary Lois C. Bryan 
Mount Olive 

Queen of 1950 Pine Knot 1 ; Science Club 1,2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3; Sec- 
retary of Sophomore Class 2; Sigma Tau Chi 
2, 3; Secretary 2; President 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Secretary Junior Class 3; 
May Court 3, Ping Pong Doubles Champion 3, Most Outstanding Athlete 3; 
Golden Knot Honor Society 3. 

Elementary Education 



Ceraldine Corbett 
Zebulon 

Christian Service Club 1 ; Science Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 
1,2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Treasurer 
Student Co-operative Association 3; Treasurer Pan-Hellenic 
Council 3; Rotary Scholarship Cup 3; Marshal 3; Chief Marshal 
4; SCA 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Senior Superlative 4, Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 4. 

Mathematics and Science 



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Joseph E. Dennis 
Durham 

Football 1,2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 2, 3, 4; Pine Knot Staff 3; 
Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Secretary 4. 




David Ray Finch 
Bailey 

Marshal 4; Future Teachers of America 4 
Mathematics 



jacquelyn M Fountain 
Wilson 

Band 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2; Sigma fau Chi 
2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 
Social Studies 





Robert Frazier 
Henderson 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Golden 
Knot Honor Society 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4; Treasurer 4; Science Club 
4; President 4. 

Mathematics 



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Laura Curley 
Goldsboro 

Christian Service Club 1 ; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 

Elementary Education 



Bobby Lee Guy 
Fuquay Springs 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3 
Treasurer 3; Editor PHI KAP 3; Chap- 
lain 4; Treasurer Junior Class 3; Col- 
legiate Staff 3; Sports Editor 3; Science 
Club 3; May Court 3; Future Teachers 
of America 3, 4; President 4; Treasure 



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Senior Class 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Men's Dormitory Council 4; Secretary 4' Treasurer 
Senior Superlative 4. y ' 

Elementary Education 







Welton Ray High 
Sims 

Transfer University North Carolina 2; Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4; President 
4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Men's 
Dormitory Council 4; Senior Superlative 4; May Court 4. 

Science 



Roger Holloman 
Stantonsburg 

Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Vice-President 3; President 4; 
National Editor of LA HIDALGUIA 4; Rotary Scholarship Cup 2; Mar- 
shal 2, 3; Collegiate Staff 2, 3; Circulation Manager 3; Library Assistant 
2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Delegate to Eastern Colleges Science Con- 
ference 3; Radio Workshop 4; Senior Superlative 4. 

French and Science 



June Holton 
Wilmington 
Homecoming Queen 1 ; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Christian Service Club 1,2; 
President 2; Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Collegiate Staff 2; 
Concert Committee 2; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3; Golden Knot 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4; SCA 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, Worship Chairman 3; 
President 4; Chapel Committee 3; Pine Knot Staff 3; May Court 3, 4; 
Senior Superlative 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4. 

Religion and Elementary Education 




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William Hooper 

Stumpy Point 

Transfer Campbell College 3; Phi Delta Gamma 
3, 4; Men's Dormitory Council 3; President 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4? Future Teachers 
of America 4; President Senior Class 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; May Court 4; Senior Superlative 4; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4. 

Social Studies 






Martha Frazier Howes 
Henderson 

Transfer Campbell College 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Delta Sigma 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4. 
Science 



Barbara Hutchins 
Winston-Salem 




J. Reid Ingraham 
Dunn 

Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram' Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Officials Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; May 
Court 4; Senior Superlative 4. 

Mathematics and Physical Education 



Betsy Jean Jackson 
Wilson 





Anna Leighn Johnson 
Bailey 



Conrade Jordan 
•• Whaleyville, Va. 












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Joyce Ann Joye 
St. Stephen, S. C. 

Transfer Newberry College 4; 
and Script 4; SCA 4; Science C 
Collegiate Club-Editor 4. 

Mathematics and Science 


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Milton W. Kin^ 
Essex 

Sigma Pi Alpha 
French 



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William S. Knight, Jr. 
Newark, New Jersey 

SCA 1,2,3,4; "Y" Store Manager 2; Stage and Script 3, 4. 
Religion and English 



Felix George Labaki 
Wilson 
Collegiate Staff 1 , 2, 3; Stage and Script 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1 , 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 
3, 4; Vice-President 4; Mixed Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President Sophomore Class 2; Marshal 2, 3; 
Men's Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4 ; Editor 
PHI KAP 3 ; Secretary 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 4; Pine Knot Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistant Business 
Manager 2, 3; Editor 4; Chairman of Stunt Night 3; 
Golden Knot Honor Society 4; Senior Superlative 4; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges 4. 

Mathematics and Soani'h 



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Venus Lamm 



Stage and Script 1 ; Mixed Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Dormitory Council 2; Sigma Tau Chi 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4; 
Publicity Chairman 4; Future Teachers of America 4; May Court 4. 

Elementary Education 



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Edward B. Lane 










Hertford 






Football 1, 


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Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Intramural: 


; 1, 2, 3, 4; 


Director 3 


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Science Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 


Men' 


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Council 2, 


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Officials Association 2, 


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Monogram 


Club 2, 3, 


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Future Teachers of America 4; 


Vice-Presi- 


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Frances Langston 
Newton Grove 

Transfer Meredith College .3; Delta 
Sigma 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council 4; May Court 4. 
Elementary Education 




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Thomas j. Lewis 

Fayetteville 




Vernie Ruth Lockamy 
Dunn 





Warren Mallard 
Trenton 

Transfer Duke University 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Stage and Script 2, 3; Science Club 
2, 3, 4; SCA Cabinet 3; Men's Chorus 3; Collegiate Staff 3; Phi Delta Gamma 4; 
Secretary 4; Senior Superlative 4. 

English and Religion 



Donald Marcus 

Wilson 

Intramurals 2; Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 4. 

English 



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Elva Massey 
Elizabeth City 


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Betsy Miller 
Wilson 

Glee Club 1; Stage and Script 1,2, Future 
Teachers of America 1 . 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
2; Secretary 3, Secretary of Northeastern Fu- 
ture Teachers of America Districts 3; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; May Court 3; May Queen 4, Secretary Senior 
Class 4, Representative to Student Legislature 4, Senior Superlative 4 




Milton W, Kin^ 
Essex 

Sigma Pi Alpha 
French 



Cora Myers 
Pantego 

Christian Service Club I , Stage and 
Script 1,2; Hesperian Club 1,2; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 2; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3; SCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chapel Committee 2; Treasurer Sopho- 
more Class 2, Collegiate Reporter 2; 
Associate Editor 3; Editor 4; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Mar- 
shal 3; Senior Superlative 4; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4 

Religion and English 




Franklin R. Narron 
Middlesex 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4- Science 
Club 2. 

Science 



Mary Anne Oliver 
Pine Level 

Stage and Script 1 ; May Day 1,2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Women's 
Athletic Association 1,2, 3; Team Captain 2; Secretary 3; Repre- 
sentative to Student Legislature 2; Feature Editor Collegiate 2; SCA 
2; Delta Sigma 2, 3; Corresponding Secretary 3; Future Teachers of 
America 3; Senior Superlative 4. 

Social Studies 



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Nellie Rae Pridgen 

Wilson 

Science Club 1 , 2, 3. 4 ; Secretary 2 ; Sigma Pi Alpha 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Home- 
coming Court 2, 3; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 4; 
als 2, 3, 4, Women's Athletic Association 3; Pine Knot 
Business Manager Pine Knot 3; May Court 3; Marshal 3, 
knot Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; 
EHMBHl perlative 4. 






Jesse Riggs 
Bayboro 

Science Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Historian 2; Assistant Treasurer 3; Editor PHI 
KAP 4; Marshal 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4. 







Ruth Sanderson 
Beulaville 

Transfer Woman's College University North 
Carolina 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4, President 4; 
Women's Dormitory Council 4, Secretary 4; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4; Senior Superlative 4; May Court 4. 
Primary Education 




W, Calvin Slavin 
Rocky Mount 

Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Mr. Future Teacher 4. 




David Smith 
Wilson 





Craven Sumerell 
Fort Barnwell 
Basketball 1 , Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; New 
[Year King Attendant 2, Officials Asso- 
ciation 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer 3; Vice-President 4; President 
4 ; Science Club 4 ; May Court 3,4; Main 
Attendant 4; Future Teachers of Amer- 
|ica 4; Senior Superlative 4. 

Business Administration and 
Social Science 





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Rebecca Thomas 










Beulaville 




Transfer East Carolina College, 
Women's Dormitory Council; Future 
Teachers of America; Women's Ath- 
letic Association. 





William' E. Tucker 
Greenville 
Transfer East Carolina College 3; Representative to Student Legislature 3; Collegiate 
Staff 3; May Court 3; May King 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Stage and Script 
3, 4; Hesperian Club 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; SCA 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Chap- 
lain 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Chapel Committee 4; President Student Co-operative Asso- 
ciation 4; Senior Superlative 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges 4. 

Social Studies, English, and Religion 



Francis Durward Tyson 
Greenville 

Men's Chorus 1 ; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3; Christian Service Club 1 . 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage and Script 1 , 2, 3, 4; Murray Hall Council 2; 
SCA 2; "Y" Store Manager 2; Men's Dormitory Council 2, 3; Vice- 
President 3; Phi Delta Gamma. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Treasurer 3; Vice- 
President 3; Historian 4; Science Club 4; Treasurer 4. 

Science 







Altha jean Warren 
Newton Grove 

Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 3, 4; President 4. 

Social Studies 



Martha Webster 
Pinetown 

Christian Service Club 1 ; Stage and Script 2, 
3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 4; Pine Knot Staff 3, 
4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4. 
Primary Education 





Amos Ward Westbrook 
Newton Grove 

Science Club; Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Men's 
Dormitory Council 4. 

Science 




Alvah Whealton 
Black Creek 

Transfer Wake Forest 2; Future 
Teachers of America 4: 
Science 




Thelma B. White 
Belvidere 

Transfer Women's College University North Carolina 2; Stage and Script 
2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 

Primary Education 



May Wilson 
Wilson Mills 

Hall Proctor 1,2; Collegiate Staff 2; Delta Sigma 3, 4; Team Captain 3; 
Vice-President 3; Reporter 3; President 4; SCA 3; President Women's 
Dormitory Council 4; Senior Superlative 4. 



Jesse Yates 
Wilson 





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Pernecy C. Yelverton 
Fremont 

Vice-President Caldwell Hall 1 , SCA 2. 3. 4; 
ma'Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative 4. 
Religion and English 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Joe Woodworth, President; Velva Pearce, Vice-President; 
Richard Eakin, Treasurer; Anne Spivey, Secretary, 



JUNIOR CLASS MARSHALS 




Aubrey Flowers. Cora Myers 



Lester Earl Adams 
Greenville 





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;Lois Ann Thomas 
Elm City 



June Tomltnson 
Griffon 



Doris M. Thome 
Wilson 



Ray Tissot 
rooklyn, N. Y. 





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Kinston 

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Wilson 



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Wilson 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Tom Pritchard, President; Dolores Best, Secretary; 
Therese Rabil, Treasurer; Eddie Johnson, Vice-President. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS MARSHALS 




Cecil Willis, Therese Rabil 




Emily De Adams 
LaGrange 



Albert Alexander 
Plymouth 



Benjamin Bernier 
Puerto Rico 



Dolores Best 
Mt. Olive 



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Eugene Braswell 
Micro 



Paul Crouch 
Aiken, S. C. 






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Kathryn Cottle 
Rose Hill 



William Daughtridge 
Rocky Mount 



Connie Davis 
Wilson 





Patricia Burgess 
Rocky Mount 



Michael Cudse 
Wilson 



George Davis 
Fremont 




Margaretta Flyth 
Rocky Mount 





Suzanne Gil 
Wilson 



Mary S. Hammons 
Plymouth 




Edna E. Hedgepeth 
Farmville 





James B. Hamby 
Ayden 




Harold Hinnant 
Kenly 




Mollie V. Hester 
Greenville 




Virgil Howard 
Pikeville 




Annie G. Johnson 
Benson 



Edwin M. Johnson 
Raleigh 






Jimmy Jones 
Bailey 



James E. Joye 
St. Stephen, S. C. 




Joseph H. Jones 
New Bern 



James T. Lamm 
Wilson 




Janie Langley 
Nashville 




June C. Lamm 
Wilson 




Jenny Lazzo 
Wilson 




Carol A. Lee 
Greensboro 



Joyce Maxwell 
Albertson 




Dennis R. McClees 
Columbia, S. C. 




Norman C. Mosely 
Littleton 



John H. O'Connell 
Wilson 



A Lucille McLamb 
Clinton 




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Eleanor O'Neal 
Middlesex 



Jimmy Peebles 
Raleigh 



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Jo Ann Moore 
Greensboro 



Peggy Nichols 
Greenville 



Delano O'Neal 
Middlesex 



Carl K. Parrish 
Wilson Mills 





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Robert A. Tart 
Dunn 



Rusty Tarver 
Charlotte 



Fitzhugh Thompson 
Pine Level 




L. Edgar Vick 
Stantonsburg 




Patsy A. Tharp 
Leland 



Zeb Whitehurst 
Farmville 




Faye Watson 
Lucama 



Jean Ward 
New Bern 



Ruby Wiggins 
Fayetteville 



Joyce Wilkerson 
Wilson 



Charles F. Wilson 
Selma 




John A. Willoughby 
Dunn 



C. Jackson Woodard 
Wilson 



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Darrell Huffman, Vice-President; Callie Proctor, 

Treasurer; Peggy Ward, Secretary; 

Don Stanley, President. 



Madeline Albritton Mary R. Albntton 
Snow Hill Snow Hill 



Ina Albritton 
Snow Hill 



Jerry Ball 
Charlotte 



Bertie Barham 
Wendell 



Cleo Batchelor 
Wilson 



Sadie R. Bell 
Kenly 



George F. Bettis 
Marietta, Ga 




Jacqueline Austin 
Willow Springs 



M Jerome Batchelor 
Wilson 



David Batts 
Wilson 



L. J. Benton, Jr. 
Fremont 



Norma G. Blackman 
Four Oaks 



Betsy D. Bobbitt Wesley Cobb 
Rocky Mount Farmville 



Marjorie Blinson 
Clayton 



Thomas E. Bogue 
Fremont 



Franklin D. Brown 
Bailey 



Eleanor R. Carlisle 
Snow Hill 

Stanley Carr 
Clinton 



Loraine Carroll 
Raleigh 

Bobby Cashwell 
Clinton 



Charles G. Caviness 
Raleigh 

Carolyn Cherry 
Mount Olive 




Atha J. Corbett 
Lucama 



Harriet Corlett 
Southport 



J. L. Creech 
Kenly 



Lovia Creech 
Smithfield 

Roger L. Creech 
Selma 



Arthur M. Dai I 
Mount Olive 



James K. Davis 
Kenly 



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Mamie M. Davis 
Black Mountain 



ranklin D. Denning 
Four Oaks 



Jose Dominquez 
Camaguey, Cuba 



Ralph Edgerton 
Pikeville 



Seleta Fisher 
Whitakers 



:dmund P. Gaines 
Winston-Salem 



Sara J. Davis 
Wilson 



Mary H. Godwin 
Dunn 




Mary E. Griffin 
Dudley 



Jackson B. Harris 
Aurora 



Irene Glover 
Bailey 



Leslie H. Ham 
LaGrange 



Bobby R. Hastings Ruth Hathaway Eleanor E. Hatsell 
Halifax Wilson Hubert 



Sarah A. 

Harris 

Grantsboro 




William E.Hill 
Kenly 




H. C. Milliard. Jr. 

Walnut Cove 



Darrell E. 
Huffman 
Newport 



Frank Hinson 
Dunn 



Eugene C. Hinton 
Micro 



Eugene Hill 

Moncks 
Corner, S.C. 



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James W. Holmes 
Raleigh 




Shirley 

House 

Charleston, 

S.C. 



Billy E. Holloman 
Elizabeth City 




Ruth N. Jackson Gloria D. Jordan Lee A. Joyce 
Wilson Ransomville Madison 



Joan Kelly 
Cameron 



Ralph J. Kennedy 
Wilson 



Peggy L Lamm 
Lucama 



Grace Y. Landen 
Wilson 



Joan Langston 
Four Oaks 



James D. Lee 
Benson 



Mary Lou Lee 
Dunn 












Ruth C. Lewis 
Eureka 



Irma B. Luper 
Rocky Mount 



Tim McCoy 
Snow Hill 







Charles R. Meacombs 

Middlesex 



Margaret Meeks 
Wilson 



Vivian Muns 
Ayden 



Carolyn Murphy 
Snow Hill 



Estelle Narron 
Middlesex 



Martha Neeley 
Goldsboro 



Elisha Proctor 
Stantonsburg 



Dwight Norville 
Walstonburg 

Eula Phillips 
Wilson 



Bobbie 

O'Neal 

Whitakers 

Jean 
Phillips 
Grifton 

Joyce 

Outlaw 

Mt. Olive 

H. F. Pierce 
Wilson 





Callie Proctor 
Stantonsburg 



Joe Richardson 
Wendell 



Robert Overcash 
Durham 

Agnes F. Peed in 
Seima 



James R. Davis 
Wilson 

Rebekah Robbin 
Wilson 



Selby Rapei 
Kenly 

Iris Rose 
Four Oaks 



Barbara 

Rice 
Wilson 

Jean Rose 

Newton 

Grove 




Elizabeth Rumple 
Winston-Salem 

James M. Sauls 
Fremont 



Joseph Savage 

Moncks Corner. 

S. C. 



Shirley Shingleton 
Stantonsburg 



Donald Stanley 
Winston-Salem 



Fred C. Stone 
Bailey 



Richard Swain 
Walkertown 



Mildred C. Tart 
Rocky Mount 



Delbert Scott 
Goldsboro 



Virginia Tew 
Clinton 




Jo Ann Thomas 
Farmville 




Colin M: Sholar 
Rocky Mount 



Wilma Lee Stewart 
Smithfield 




Alma Grey Thome 
Elm City 



I Owen Strickland 
Bailey 



Bobby D. Swindell 
Fairfield 



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Jean Thornton 
Newton Grove 



Cecil Temple 
Sims 



Dorothy Thorne 
Elm City 



Betty J. Trott Franklin Warren 

Richlands Bailey 



Arthur Westbrook 
Newton Grove 



Tom Turnage 
Snow Hill 

Harold Warren 
Newton Grove 



Perrine Vail 
Pikeville 

David Watson 
Kinston 



Jacquelyn Vick 
Wilson 

Vera Weathersby 
Wilson 



Samuel Wainwnght 
Stantonsburg 

William Weathersby 
Wilson 



Peggy Ward 
Rocky Mount 




Carl S. Wheeler 
New Bern 



Delano Whitley 
Enfield 



Jerry Williams 
Fuquay Springs 



Murray C. Williams 
Mount Olive 



Odell Williams 
Clinton 



Billy A. Williford 
Wilson 



James Winbome 
Sims 



J. C. Winstead 
Elm City 




Jimmy Ray Willis 
New Bern 



Joyce Lee Winbome 
Wilson 



John E. Yelverton 
Wilson 




Richard V. Ziglar 
Winston-Salem 









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0ILGANIZATI0S8S 






STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 
































Ray Tissot Vice-Presidentl 

June Holton Secretary 1 

Billy Tucker President! 

Suzanne Gill Treasurer \ 



"Nobody knows the trouble they've seen." But everybody at Atlantic Christian College 
knows that the democracy of our student-faculty government is distinctive and effec- 
tive. The six faculty members and eleven students who make up the Executive Board 
of the Cooperative Association play many parts in many campus dramas. Now, they 
are financiers, carefully dispensing the funds for student activities; again, they are a 
sober tribunal, weighing the serious factors in disciplinary matters. They are vigilant 
to discover any project which may be developed for the benefit of the whole college. 
Rain or fair weather, they will be found every Monday night deliberating in their meet- 
ing room in the library. These seventeen people are our Executive Board. But we — 
a || of us — are the Cooperative Association. We are not afraid of dictators or inqui- 
sitions. We govern ourselves in the best traditions of democracy. 



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GOLDE 



Geraldine Corbetr, President- 
Robert Frazier, Secretary 
Nellie Rae Pridgen 
Barbara Hutchins 
Joe Wood worth 
Felix Labaki 
June Holton 
Ray Tissot 
Nan Matrox 




STIIIIES8T CIUSTUI ASSOCIATION 







The ultimate goal of the group composing the Student Christian Association of Atlan- 
tic Christian College is the promotion of a deep sense of religious conviction on the 
campus. This goal is sought after through the undertaking of such projects as vesper 
services, discussion groups, wholesome recreation, and charitable drives. Under the 
present plan, upon entering A. C. C. one automatically becomes a member of this 
organization. The volunteer group who choose to support the ongoing of the asso- 
ciation do so through the channels of worship, study, and action. 






Jean Ward Worship Chairman 

Velva Pearce Discussion Chairman 

Barbara Hutchins Secretary 

June Holton President 

Geraldine Corbett Treasurer 

Jo Ann Moore Chairman Publicity, Drives 

Wilbur Ballenger Chairman Recreation, RE Week 







WOMEN 



DORMITORY 



First Semester 
Pictured 



Second Semester 
Not Pictured 



Faye Dail Hall Proctor Jean Dickerson 

Evelyn Parker Hall Proctor Jerry Ball 

Dolores Best Hall Proctor Marjorie Doss 

Ruth Sanderson Secretary Ruth Sanderson 

Mildred Blackmon Hall Proctor Dorothy Darden 

Marie Britt Hall Proctor Lois Ann Thomas 

Jerry Bartholomew House President Altha Jean Warren 

Miss Rebecca Tomlinson Assistant Dean Miss Tomlinson 

Rebecca Thomas Hall Proctor Shirley House 

Barbara Hutchins Treasurer Barbara Hutchins 

May Wilson President Joyce Joye 

Biss Sarah Bain Ward Dean , Miss Ward 



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Mr Albert Hoffman 
Eugene Braswell 
Amos Wcstbrook . . 

Welton High 

Carroll Kennedy. . . . 
Tommy Godwin. . . . 
Dr. T. J. Eskridge. .. 

Bob Guy 

Joe Woodworth . . . 

Bill Hooper 

Dr. L. L. Murray . . . 

Jimmy Willis 

Bobby Webb 


Buildings and Grounds Superintendent 

Hi I Icy Dormitory Representative 

. Sigma Alpha Representative 

Town Students' Representative 

Caldwell Hall President 

Phi Delta Gamma Representative ' '. 

Assistant Dean 

Secretary .:,. .' .- ■ '.- v: •■'-,' 

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Phi Kappa Alpha Representative , : -~ 








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courthouse." 
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in cents in tips. 
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to , Join\no, you 
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had three new 
Lazzo, Suzanne 

?!i^S ^ ^ !e^!amnonTHne^foLXEGIATE. Although it will give I " T £',f nq c r l egs: ' Nichols. 

& & Delta bigma. received ten newi 

am aa opportunity to respond to us, if they please, it is not , members: Hilda Crocker, Lois Ann 1 
another "letters to the editor'' department. Sometimes the COL- | Thomas, Velva Pierce, Carol Annj 

IATE will solicit specific responses from students, but a all times j *i ee *. Martha FrazierJanie Creel, f 
„ T .,, ...... ,,. I Doris Tyndall, Jean Ward, Delores 

B. welcome written material for consideration for publication. '. Best and Pe»'gv Shackleford 

f the spirit moves you, <E,S.V.P. I Sigma Tau Chi has seven new 

'menders: Beoky James, Dot Dar- 






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^OL. XXI II 



WILSON, N. C. 
OCTOBEr7i952 



No. 1 



For This Issue 

EDITORIAL BOARD 

kiitor-in-Chlef-- - . Coira Myers 

associate Editor ...Kobert D. Overcash 

teliglon Editor Shirley House 

Make-up-Editor— . ._ Janice Creel 

Hub Editor.. .... Joyce Joye 

iss't. Club Editor '_ Jerry Ball 

'eature Editor . t 1 Dorothy S: 

iss't Feature Editor....- '.'.. Mary A. Snakenbu; 

Hrls Sports Editor .-.Mamie Davis 

tss't Girls Sports Editor I Marjorie Blinsjl 

toys Sports Editor s + _/__ .Richard JJakm; 

jss't. Boys Sports Editor Jimmy Willis 

oeial Editors i... Marie Britt, Jaek Woodard 

lusic Editor *.. Dick Zigier 

'llling Editor . ,.' Gloria Norris Etheridge 

ypist .. Joan Kelly, Jean Phillips 

•roof-Reader .;.-Ann Splvey 





BUSINESS BOARD 

iusiness Manager , Mary Helen Watson 

.ssistant Business Mang.., .Bertie Barham 

lireulatkm Manager _. ..Vivian Muns 

iss't. Circulation Manager Patsy Wells 

idvertising Staff... - - Barrel! Huffman, Don 

Stanley, Jack Woodard, 
Ann Spivey, Jerry Batchelor 

taff Photographer Scottie Stallings 

'acuity Advisor , JLee Bfoward 



lost ms savour, wherewith 
shall it be salted? It is' then- 
ceforth good for nothing 
-|f|yt to be cast outand to be 
trodden under foot. 

Matt. 5:13 

In this wonderful passage Jesus 
is a addressing Christians. "Ye 
are the salt bk the earth." he as- 
sures them. AndHndeed, that is not 
too much to claim for those who 
reaDy live the life that .corresponds 
to the teachings of Jesus. It is 
wonderful to know and to lo*g the 
principles of Christ: yet not to live 
them— "the salt have lost its 
savour." 

Soup without salt is not good; 
communities without Christians are 
doomed. Is the savour of your 
Christian life being felt in your 
community, about the campus, and 
in your dormitory? if so, then you 



iigam xv i.o uitCJi 

scholastic rating 
have set aside fi] 
have begun it is 
the knowledge o: 
is just as compli 
literature is just 
as difficult. 

ACC is Strang* 
from another sta 
the warm and fr 
derful flood of hi 
which they did 
they came. At 
grows into a gle 
its occupants. It 
to this camj 
of Atlantic 
called, 
THE UND 




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F.T.aV. 




Members: Bob Guy, President; Calvin Slavin, Vice-President; Anne Webb, Secretary, Gloria Ethendge, 
Treasurer; Betsy Miller, Program Chairman; Nancy Allen, T. J. Barrett, Jerne Bartholomew, J. T. 
Boone, Marie Britt, Kelly Bynum, Lorianne Carroll, Geraldine Corbett, Janie Creel, Eleanor Culbreth, 
Alice Daniels, Dot Darden, Aileen Davis, Jean Dickerson, Marjorie Doss, William Edwards, David Finch, 
Jackie Fountain, Martha Frazier, Peggy Gay, Tommy Godwin, Laura Gurley, Margaret Harris, William 
Hooper, Virgil Howard, Lebert Howes, Betsy Jean Jackson, Becky James, Annie Grey Johnson, Bob 
Jones, Conrade Jordan, Annie M. Joyner, Adrain Lamm, James Lamm, Venus Lamm, Ed Lane, Frances 
Langford, Ruth Lockamy, Nan Mattox, Lucille McLamb, Lois Moore, Irene Murray, Franklin Narron, 
Mary Anne Oliver, Nellie Rae Pridgen, Jessie Quinerly, Therese Rabil, Ruth Sanderson, Peggy Shackel- 
ford, Anne Spivey, Geneva Squires, Pauline Stephenson, Craven Sumerell, Rebecca Thomas, Martha 
Webster, Thelma White, May Wilson, Judy Winstead, Mickey Raynor, Joe Killingsworth, Richard Swain. 




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ditonal Staff: Ray Tissot, Jo Ann Moore, Felix 
Labaki, Therese Rabil, Joyce Joye, Maxine Stanley. 
Loraine Carroll. 









PINE KNOT 






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Robert Frazier President 

Venus Lamm „ . , Publicity Chairman 

Connie Jordan ". Vice-President 

Durward Tyson Treasurer. 

Nancy Allen Program Chairman 







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Bertie Barham, Richard Bene, Jerry Ball, 
Loraine Carroll, Frank Bettis, Eugene 
Hill, Billy Gardner, Darrell Huffman, 
William Draughn, Gene Edgerton, Shir- 
ley House, Joyce Joye, Vivian Muns, 
Richard Ziglar, Jimmy Howard, J. C. 
Winstead, Marjone Doss, Mrs. Doris 
Holsworth, Director. 





SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



Jerry Ball 

Eddie Johnson 

Betsy Miller 

Nancy Allen 

Mr. Russell Arnold 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward 

Mrs. Doris Holsworfh 

Connie Jordan, Not Pictured 



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Mrs. Doris Holsworth 

Jessie Quinerly 

Anne Spivey 

Mr. Lynn Brown 

Suzanne Gill 

Mrs. Dorothy Eagles 

Not Pictured: 
Mr. Lee Howard 
Richard Gurkin 




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SIGMA PI ALPHA 



National Language Fraternity 



Fraternite' Nationale de Langues 



Nationale Sprachen Vereinigung 



Fraternidad Nacional de Lenguas 



Members: Roger Holloman, President; Cecil Willis, Vice- 
President; Evelyn Parker, Treasurer; Robin French, Secre- 
tary; Geraldine Corbett, Felix Labaki, P. C. Yelverton, 
Mrs. Edna Long Boykin, Mrs. Lee Howard, Cora Myers, 
Lois Moore, Nellie Rae Pndgen, Benjamin Bernier, Billy 
Tucker, Calvin Slavin, Raymond Tissot, Irene Murray, Jo 
Ann Moore, Sammy Pndgen, Annie Morris Joyner, Mr. 
Lessie Murray, Jessie Riggs, Mrs. John Dunn, Milton King, 
Don Marcus, Faye Dail, Carroll Kennedy, Pat Burgess, Dot 
Darden, Don Stanley, Billy Weathersby, Vera Weathersby, 
Peggy Winstead, Nan Mattox, George Brinkley, Mrs. E. A. 
Johnson, Esther L. Long, adviser. 





HESPERIAN CLUB 



Glenn Brigman 
Richard Eakin 
Wilbur Ballenger, President 
Oliver Rand 
Billy Tucker 
David Smith 
James Hemby, Not Pictured 




Sponsors: 
Mrs. Doris Holsworth 
Dr. Mildred Hartsock 



HARMONEERS 

Mr. Lynn Brown, Director, Jerry Batchelor, Gene Braswell, Paul Crouch, 
Wilbur Ballenger, Jimmie Burnerre, Felix Labaki, James Hemby. 




Mr. Lynn Brown, Director, Eleanor Hatsell, Shirley House, 
Evelyn Yinoulis, Ruby Wiggins, Peggy Nichols, Libby 
Rumple, Mollie Hester, Peggy Martin, Mary Helen Wat- 
son, Marjone Blinson, Janie Langley 



MIXED CHORUS 

Mr. Lynn Brown, Director. First row: Marjorie 
Blinson, Lois Moore, Annie Rackley, Janie Lang- 
ley, Hilda Crocker, Pauline Stephenson, Martha 
Webster, Harriet Corlett. Second row: Lib 
Rumple, Venus Lamm, Jeanie McLawhorne, Mary 
Helen Watson, Irene Glover, Doris Barnes, Callie 
Proctor, Mollie Hester, Peggy Martin. Third row: 
Evelyn Yinoulis, Vivian Muns, Jackie Vicke, Jerry 
Batchelor, Ruby Wiggins, Alice Harris, Eleanor 
Hatsell, Bruce Strickland, James Hemby, Felix 
Labaki. Fourth row: Richard Ziglar, Eugene Bras- 
A/ell, Paul Crouch, Billy Smith, Bob Guy, Jimmie 
3urnette, Peggy Nichols, Shirley House, Ruth 
-ockamy. Not pictured: Wilbur Ballenger, Peggy 
ay, Rita Tyson. 



BAND 

Mr. Lee Howard, Director, L, J. Benton, Jr., Billy Gardner, Richard 
Ziglar, Billy Draughn, Frank Denning, David Batts, Peggy Ward, Felix 
Labaki, Thomas Eatmon. 




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The public speaking class records "The Christmas Carol" for 
the Atlantic Christian College School of the Air, under the 
direction of Jim Fulghum and engineered by Roger Holloman. 



THE GfcEEK 





PAS HELLENIC COUNCIL 




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President Jim Peebles 

Secretary Jenny Lazzo 

Treasurer Robert Frazier 

First Semester Second Semester 

Roger Philyaw— Jim Peebles 2A Jesse Yates— Jim Peebles 

Joe Woodworth— Billy Draughn 4>KA Craven Sumerell— Bobby Webb 

Welton High—Robert Frazier *Ar Tommy Godwin— Robert Frazier 

Ruth Sanderson— Jenny Lazzo $2T Nan Mattox— Jenny Lazzo 

Gloria Ethendge— Connie Jordan 2TX Dot Smith— Mildred Blackmon 

Frances Langston— Carol Ann Lee A2 Nancy Allen— Carol Ann Lee 




PHI 

DELTA 

GAMMA 



First row: Tommy Godwin, Vice-President, President; Billy Swindell, Corresponding Secretary; Bill Pierce, 
Historian; Bill Hooper; Donald Marcus, Reporter; Robert Frazier, Treasurer; Donald Shackleford, Re- 
porter; J. T. Boone, Chaplain, Recording Secretary. Second row: Ray Tissot; Franklin Narron; W. L. 
Hood, Corresponding Secretary, Vice-President; Durward Tyson, Historian, Sergeant-at-Arms; Pat 
O'Neal, Sergeant-at-Arms; Bill Boles, Honorary Member; Mr. Milton Adams, Honorary Member; Mr. 
L. L. Murray, Sponsor. Third row: Mr. Russell Arnold, Sponsor; T J. Barrett, Jr., House President, 
Treasurer; Adrian Lamm, House President; Guy Wilson; Harold Hinnant; Welton High, President; War- 
ren Mallard, Secretary, Chaplain. Not pictured: Bobby Jones. 





DELTA 
SIGMA 




First row: Lois Ann Thomas; Mary Helen Watson, Chaplain, Jean Ward. Second -row: 
Peggy Shackelford, Historian; Janie Creel, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Albert Hoffman, 
Sponsor; Nancy Allen, Treasurer, President; May Wilson, President; Jerry Bartholo- 
mew; June Tomlinson. Third row: Velva Pearce; Hilda Crocker, Historian; Carol 
Ann Lee, Treasurer; Barbara Hutchins, Recording Secretary, Chaplain; Mary Ann 
Oliver, Corresponding Secretary; Cora Myers, Frances Langston, Vice-President; 
Doris Tyndall , Martha Howes; Dolores Best, Corr^ponding Secretary. Not pictured: 
Sarah Tart; Mrs. James E. Fulghum, Sponsor 






First row: Joe Dennis, Secretary, Chaplain; Billy Smith, 
Treasurer, Vice-President; Sammy Pndgen, Reporter. Sec- 
ond row: Roger Philyaw, President; Jim Hebbe, Sergeant- 
at-Arms; Tom Pritchard, Treasurer. Third row: Jesse 
Yates, President; Buck Massey; Jim Peebles, Reporter, 
Secretary. Not pictured: Mr. Jack McComas, Sponsor; 
Amos Westbrook, Vice-President; Johnny Willoughby, 
Chaplain. 



SIGMA 
ALPHA 







PHI 

SIGMA 

TAU 




Seated: Irene Murray, Vice-President; Lois Moore, Chap- 
lain; Ruth Sanderson, President; Ann Webb, Secretary, 
Historian; June Holton, Jenny Lazzo, Secretary. Stand- 
ing: Suzanne Gill; Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Sponsor; Peggy 
Nichols, Chaplain; Evelyn Parker, Treasurer. Not pic-_ 
tured: Mrs. Jan T. Boles, Sponsor; Faye Dail, Treasurer, 
Vice-President; Nancy Johnston; Nan Mattox, Historian, 
President. 





First row: Craven Sumerell, Vice-President, President; 
Bob Guy, Treasurer, Chaplain ; Joe Woodworth, President ; 
Billy Draughn, Secretary, Vice-President; David Etheridge. 
Second row: Bobby Webb, Sergeant-at-Arms; Gilbert Fer- 
rell; Louis Todd; Allen Ross, Treasurer. Third row: Lebert 
Howes; Billy Gardner, Historian; Oliver Rand; Eddie John- 
son; James J oye; Lester Adams; Jessie Riggs. Fourth row: 
Billy Tucker, Chaplain ; Billy Smith ; Mr. John Dunn, Spon- 
sor; Clayton Roberson; Fitzhugh Thompson, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. Fifth row: Jack Woodard, Reporter; Felix Labaki, 
Secretary; Mr. Lynn Brown, Sponsor;' Bill Eason; Dick 
Eakin, Honorary Member; Don Kennedy. Not pictured: 
Wilbur Ballenger, Glenn Brigman; Fred Bobbit; Joe Jones; 
Carrol Kennedv; Tommie Lewis. 




PHI 
KAPPA 
ALPHA 




SIGMA 
TAU 
CHI 




First row: Martha Webster; Dot Smith, Secretary, Presi- 
dent; Dot Darden, Corresponding Secretary; Syble Ogles- 
by, Vice-President; Jean Dickerson, Secretary; Peggy 
Martin. Second row: Maxine Stanley; Marie Britt, Chap- 
lain, Mary Ann Snakenburg; Rebecca James, Reporter; Jo 
Ann Moore, Treasurer; Gloria Norris Ethendge, President; 
Ruth Lockamy, Vice-President; Jackie Fountain. Third 
row: Annie Morris Joyner; Jerry Corbett; Mary Lois 
Bryan, Honorary Member; Nellie Rae Pridgen, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Therese Rabil; Venus Lamm, Treasurer; 
Connie Jordan, Chaplain ; Joyce Wilkerson ; Mildred Black- 
mon; Janet Weeks, Reporter. Not pictured: Lula Curlin, 
Honorary Member; Peggy Gay; Betsy Miller; Altha Jean 
Warren; Miss Rebecca Tomlinson, Sponsor. 





JACK McCOMAS— VARSITY COACH 



A. C.'s popular varsity coach is Jack McComas of 
Shelbyville, Indiana. He played three years of var- 
sity ball for the State Wolfpack. This is his second 
year of coaching. Last summer, McComas was man- 
ager and third baseman for the Wilson Tobs. He led 
the Coastal Plain League in home runs with twenty- 
five to his credit. Starting last year with not much 
height on his ball club, he has built a good strong 
team that has shown plenty of ability, speed, and 
accuracy this year, a tribute to his very able coach- 
ing and persevering spirit. 



COACHING STAFF 



The Junior Varsity has been fortunate this year to have 
Coach Tom Pritchard to guide them. He graduated from 
Contentnea High School at Kinston, then had coaching 
positions there and at Moss Hill High School. Later he 
signed professional baseball as a pitcher in the Detroit 
Tiger Chain, hurling for Davenport, Iowa, in fifty-one and 
for Tarboro in fifty-two. He is a Sophomore at A. C. and 
besides coaching the J V.'s he serves as pitcher's coach 
in baseball. 




TOM PRITCHARD— JAYVEE COACH 



Ed Lane 

Gilbert Ferrell, President 

Reid Ingraham 

Eddie Johnson 

Roger Philyaw 

Bill Hooper 

Tom Pritchard 

Bill Price 

Jim Peebles 

Jim Hebbe 

Mr. Jack McComas, Sponsor 




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CLUB 



CHEERLEADERS 

Lois Moore, Head 
Harriet Corlett 
Marjorie Doss 
Libby Rumple 
Mollie Hester 
Rusty Tarver 
Jerry Ball 
Maxine Stanley 





The Women's Athletic Association is an 
organization for all women students. Its 
purpose is to promote and sponsor intra- 
mural athletics, to develop qualities of 
leadership, and to provide for healthful 
living by free participation ir> recreational 
activities. This group is governed by the 
Athletic Cabinet, which consists of a 
president, vice-president, secretary, 
treasurer, team captains, and the director 
of physical education. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Mary Ann Oliver Secretary 

Madeline Albritton Daredevils 

Martha Howes Delta Sigma 

Altha Jean Warren President 

Mollie Hester Vagabonds 

Bobbie O'Neal Blue Tangos 

Miss Tomlinson Director of Physical Education 

Mamie Davis Jets 

Nan Mattox Phi Sigma Tau 

Mickey Raynor Coons 

Dolores Best ' Treasurer 





BASKETBALL 



Basketball has become the biggest attraction on the A. C. campus. After a poor 
season last year, nobody expected too much of this year's Bulldogs. But we've seen 
some great games and thrilling moments. Ingraham is the only senior on the team. 

The Juniors are Gilbert Ferrell, and Kelly Byrum, a transfer from Campbell Junior 
College, who has given the team the spark it needed this year. Jim Hebbe, Jim 
Peebles, Bill Price, and Eddie Johnson are the sophomores, and three freshmen who 
have added a great deal to the team are Jerry Williams, Delano Whitley, and Gene 
Egerton. 

With not much experience but a lot of spark and hustle, the Bulldogs scored impres- 
sive victories over High Point, Guilford and Catawba while dropping three close ones, 
real heart breakers, to Elon, Appalachian, and Lenoir-Rhyne. 

In every game, win or lose, the Bulldogs have played hard and shown great sports- 
manship. 

The success of this year's team makes us look forward eagerly to next year when 
A. C. should have more experienced players and perhaps some new height which is 
the biggest need of the squad this year. 





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Kelly Byrum 





Gene Egerton 




Jim Hebbe 



Jerry Williams 







Reid Ingraham 



Del Whitley 





JUNIOR 
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Howard Ham 
High Scorer 



Jack Woodard, Odell Williams, Jose Dominquez, Howard Ham, Jim Willis, Guy Wilson, Edgar Vick, 
Team Captain, Jack Harris, Sammy Pndgen, Joe Jones, Billy Williams, Jack Denning, Coach Tom 
Pritchard. 





Rebecca Tomlinson 
Girls' Director 



Ed Lane 
Men's Director 



INTRAMURALS 




Men's Volley Ball 
Phi Kappa Alpha 





Ping Pong Singles 
Velva Pearce — Jim Willis 



Girls' Volley Ball 
Delta Sigma 




Touch Football 
Phi Kappa Alpha 



Girls' Ping Pong Doubles 
Martha Howes — Mildred Blackmon 




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SOCIAL 

Has he asked you yet? . . . You said "maybe" 
when you were so anxious? . . . Hey, any of you 
guys know anybody who doesn't have a date 
for the dance tonight? . . . Oh, help me get 
my formal ready, I'll never make it! . . . Can 
I wear your black shoes tonight? Who'll ever 
forget those wonderful evenings of dancing, 
singing, playing, everybody having a great time 
while they put aside their worries for a few 
hours? Yes, aching feet and a clear, refreshed 
mind-are signs of a typical A.C. social function. 



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Work and play — questions and answers — humor and seri- 
ousness — ignorance and knowledge — contradictory though 
they be, these terms are indicative of our typical classroom 
activity. Regular classes, Saturday classes, evening classes 
all have their place in the curriculum to make it full and 
varied. Here we offer a ring-side view of this activity. 
Do you remember? . . . 




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May Queen 



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BILLY TUCKER 

May King 



EDDIE JOHNSON 

Selected Attendant 




JUNE HOLTON 

Elected Attendant 



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Marie Britt 



Barbara Hutchins 



Venus Lamm 



Frances Langston 






Lois Moore 



Ruth Sanderson 



Ann Webb 



Judy Winstead 



COURT 



CRAVEN SUMERELL 

Elected Attendant 




Glenn Brigman 



Billy Draughn 



Gilbert Ferrel 



Welton High 




Bill Hooper 



Ed Lane 



Reid Ingraham 



Roger Philyaw 







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1953 




Following the usual custom of having 
our year-book queen selected by a 
famous personality the staff this year 
asked Bing Crosby to judge the beauties 
nominated by various organizations on 
the campus. Mr. Crosby graciously con- 
sented, and pictured on the opposite 
page is the girl of his choice, Jo Ann 
Thomas, a freshman from Farmville. 
Jo Ann was crowned PINE KNOT queen 
at the Christmas dance— a highlight of 
the dance. On the following pages are 
her attendants and other contestants. 



Sponsored by Freshman Class 










Virginia Tew -ist Attendant 

Sponsored by W.A.A. 










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Mary Shep Hammons - 2nd Attendant 




Sponsored by Sophomore Class 





Jo Ann Moore 



Sponsored by Stage and Script 





Ruth Sanderson 

Sponsored by F.T.A. 




Jackie Fountain 

Sponsored by Senior Class 




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Carolyn Lee 



Sponsored by Pan Hellenic Council 




Marie Britt 

Sponsored by S.C.A. 





Anne Spivey 



Sponsored by Junior Class 



Aqui lo tiene ud! — Yes, here you have it, the product of our efforts, 
made possible and presentable, we hope, through the splendid co-opera- 
tion of our staff and a few other interested people not included on our 
staff. We would like to acknowledge the contributions of Lee Howard, 
Jim Fulghum, James Hemby, and Stoney Quick. Their assistance has 
proven invaluable to us. We owe a word of thanks for their services and 
gratitude for their patience to Dr. Hartsock, our business adviser, and 
Mr. Arnold, our editorial adviser. 

Felix and Mickey 








Mickey Raynor 
Business Manager 



Felix Labaki 
Editor 




Mr. Russell Arnold 
Editorial Adviser 




Dr. Mildred Hartsock 
Business Adviser 





1 — A Sunday afternoon. 2 — Aftereffects! 3 — Wow 1 4 — Big party? 5 — Having fun, 6 — Wha' Happen? 
7 — Have a swell time 1 8 — What's this' 9— Sitting Pretty 10- -Western Carolina? 1 1— Not a Harper 
Hall girl 1 12 — Legs? 13 — Smile pretty 1 14 — Waiting? 15 <t>K boy? 16— Going somewhere? 17- Oh, 
No' 18 — Posing? 19 — Answer to a prayer 1 







1— Big Plans? 2 — Handsome? 3— Beauty and the Beast. 4 — Roommates. 5— What's happening? 
My! My! 7— Movie queen? 8— Set 'em, Doc Hamlin? 9— Notice the shoes, Dot? 10— Lost love. 
Far-fetched dreams. 12 — Every girl dreams. 13 — Dancing? 14 — Saturday night jam session. 



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1 — Long, Long Ago. 2 — Making believe that's him. 3 — Happy Days are ahead. 4 — Hail, Hail, the gang's 
all here. 5 — Leap frog. 6 — Wonder what he sees? 7 — Is this the administration? Let's go boys! 8 — 
Bored? 9 — What's cooking? 10 — Hitch-hiking? 11 — Weeping Widows 1 12 — Four stooges? 




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1 — School spirit. 2 — Marching to doom! 3 — Whose progress? 4 — Put her down, girls! 5 — Still living? 
6 — Rough pledges. 7 — Hit 'em harder! 8 — Someone's birthday? 9 — Mournful critters. 10 — What's the 
paddles for? 11 — Get it clean. 12 — What did you lose? 13 — Can you blame them for staring? 14 — 
•Three blind mice. 15 — Try Hadacol, gals! 



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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 






WILSON, 



HOWARD ADKINS INC. 

QUALITY MEN'S WEAR 

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WALTER S. HINES 
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208 East Nash Street 



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BRIDGERS PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 

1 25 South Tarboro Street Phone 4428 

ARTISTS SUPPLIES AND BRUSHES 



FINE PIANOS, RECORDS, RADIOS, ORGANS 

W. C. REID & CO. 



Phone 4779 



1 1 5 S. Goldsboro Street 



Wilson, N. C. 



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OFFICE SUPPLIES, SAFES, SHOW 

CASES, OFFICE AND RECEPTION 

ROOM FURNITURE 

Telephone 2450 1 05 North Douglas St. 

WILSON, N.C. 



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WILSON AND GREENVILLE 






MICKEY'S GRILL 



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Sandwiches of all kinds] 



STEAKS-CHOPS-CH ICKEN 



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BARBER SHOP 

130 South Goldsboro Street 
WILSON, N. C 



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WILSON, N. C. 
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Compliments of 

HUNT FUNERAL 
HOME 

WILSON : STANTONSBURG 



Compliments Of 

THE SWINSON 
FURNITURE CO., INC. 

FURNITURE -HARDWARE 

106-108 W. Barnes Street 

Phone 4436 

Rear Moss & Co. 






Compliments of 



JEFFERSON APPLIANCE COMPANY 









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Compliments of 

P. L. WOODARD 
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FARM SUPPLIES 



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The College Girls' Shop 

BARSHAY'S 
LADIES 7 SHOP 

Apparel That Appeals 
WILSON, N. C. 



BLAIR'S-REX 



ROBLEE SHOES 

For Men and Boys 



SHOE REPAIRING 
105 South Goldsboro St. 



FOR COMPLETE 

COVERAGE OF SPORTS AND OTHER COLLEGE 

ACTIVITIES -READ 

THE WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Wilson County's Only Newspaper 

It regularly goes into more than 10,000 homes in 

Wilson's trading territory 



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ART CLOTHING STORE 

114 South Goldsboro Street 
STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN 






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CARTER'S, INC. 

Wilson's Largest Credit 
JEWELERS 



102 W.Nash Street 



Phone 6203 



BLACK CREEK 
DRUG CO. 

BLACK CREEK, N. G 






GILL'S RADIO SERVICE 

207 E. Green Street Phone 4317 

Specialists in Radio, Television, Sound 

"SERVICE FOR YOUR PLEASURE" 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 
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Best Wishes To the Students 



Congratulations To The Graduates! 

WILSON-CAROLINA 
THEATRES 

WILSON'S LEADING THEATRES 






WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY 






125-127 South Goldsboro Street 
FURNITURE 



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TO THE 
CLASS OF 1953 



NATIONAL BANK 

WILSON. NORTH CAROLINA 



Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 







TWEETIE'S 
SMART SHOP 

'Where The College 
Crowd Gathers" 



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Reliable Merchandise at Low Prices 



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BRUCE LAMM 

Where Young Men 

Like tojTrade 

WILSON, N. C. 



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DIXIE SUPPLY COMPANY 

BUILDING MATERIAL, PAINT AND 
GLASS 



Phone 5 132 



Wilson, N. C. 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 



COLLEGE BEAUTY SALON 



Thrift is a Maxim of Success 



WILSON INDUSTRIAL BANK 



Savings Deposits 



Christmas Club 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Compliment of 

MOSS & COMPANY 
INC. 

"TREAT PEOPLE RIGHT" 
WILSON, N. C. 



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Compliments of 

BARKER'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Outfitters for Entire Family 

201-203 S. Goldsboro Street 

WILSON, N- C. 



PHONE: Day 2579 
Nile: 4759-3408-4763-5247 

DICK'S ELECTRICAL CO. 

State License No. 213 

MAYTAG-HOOVER 

CROSLEY-HOTPOINT 

Sales and Service 

307 East Nash Street 

WILSON, N. C. 









TERMINAL DRUG 
STORE 

Opposite A. C. L. Station 

Reg. No. 1812 Phone No. 2101 

WILSON, N. C 






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Compliments of 



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DRESS SHOP 






HACKNEY 
TIRE COMPANY 

Distributors 

B. F. Goodrich Co. Tires and Batteries 

National Carbon Co.— Prestone and 

Batteries 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

WILSON, N. C. 






JOYNER'S 
FUNERAL HOME 

Telephone 3134 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

107 N. Pine Street 

•WILSON, N. C. 



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Compliments of 

DR. PEPPER 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



THOMAS-YELVERTON 
COMPANY 

BETTER 
FURNITURE 

Phone 3121 



WILSON, 



NORTH CAROLINA 



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BARNES-HARRELL 
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Compliments of 

THE 
CHERRY HOTEL 



Nash Street 



WILSON, 



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Silverware 



Chinaware 



CHURCHWELL'S 
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JEWELERS 

CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST 

REGISTERED JEWELERS 

AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



Watches 



Jewelry 









BOAZ BEAUTY SHOP 

Mrs. Evelyn J. Raynor Miss Willie Iris Perry 

Proprietors 



NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 



PHONE 4020 






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PARKER'S BARBECUE 

2 Miles South on Hwy. 301 
WILSON, N. C. 

Special Dining Room 
for Parties 

Serve Anywhere 
For Any Number 



MATTHEW I. BOYKIN, 
JR. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
Phone 4935-5930 
N- C. License 2054 






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